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(A) The raw image of core in the Eocene <b>Xiaganchaigou</b> <b>Formation</b> from the ve...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 13 (A) The raw image of core in the Eocene Xiaganchaigou Formation from the vertical well B1, Shizigou oil field, limestone; depth, 4175.6 m (13,699.5 ft). (B) The image with superimposed annotation showing the relationship between fractures and faults. The early and later reverse faults
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Microfractures of the Eocene <b>Xiaganchaigou</b> <b>Formation</b> in a horizontal thin s...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 19 Microfractures of the Eocene Xiaganchaigou Formation in a horizontal thin section from the B2 well, Shizigou oil field. The host rock is lacustrine limestone; depth, 4102 m (13,458 ft). F = earlier fracture filled with gypsum that has been dissolved as fracture filled with crude oil
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Microfractures of the Eocene <b>Xiaganchaigou</b> <b>Formation</b> in a horizontal thin s...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 20 Microfractures of the Eocene Xiaganchaigou Formation in a horizontal thin section from the B2 well, Shizigou oil field. The host rock is lacustrine limestone; depth, 4122.8 m (13,526.2 ft). Early fractures filled with calcite and gypsum have been broken by neotectonic uplift
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( a ) Rose diagrams of the paleocurrent indicators for the Lulehe <b>Formation</b>...
Published: 11 March 2013
Fig. 3. ( a ) Rose diagrams of the paleocurrent indicators for the Lulehe Formation, Xiaganchaigou Formation, and Shangganchaigou Formation. ( b ) Hubs occurrence of the slump structure of the studied sedimentary sequence. N , number of samples.
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( continued ). (A) Isopach map of the Lulehe <b>Formation</b> (E1+2). (B) Isopach ...
Published: 01 July 2008
Figure 12. ( continued ). (A) Isopach map of the Lulehe Formation (E1+2). (B) Isopach map of the lower Xiaganchaigou Formation (E3-1). (C) Isopach map of the upper Xiaganchaigou Formation (E3-2). (D) Isopach map of the Shanggan-chaigou Formation (N1). (E) Isopach map of the Xiayoushashan
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Lithological composition of the salt layer shows the proportional variation...
Published: 15 March 2019
Figure 4. Lithological composition of the salt layer shows the proportional variation of the three salt types with depth. E 3 2 xg = Upper Xiaganchaigou Formation.
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Gridded isopach maps of the Cenozoic stratigraphic units. (A) Lulehe <b>format</b>...
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Published: 01 June 2016
Figure 6. Gridded isopach maps of the Cenozoic stratigraphic units. (A) Lulehe formation (LLH). (B) Lower Xiaganchaigou formation (LXG). (C) Upper Xiaganchaigou formation (UXG). ATF—Altyn Tagh fault. Insets show the typical thickness-distance plot extracted from the corresponding isopach maps
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Gridded isopach maps of the Cenozoic stratigraphic units. (A) Lulehe <b>format</b>...
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Published: 01 June 2016
Figure 6. Gridded isopach maps of the Cenozoic stratigraphic units. (A) Lulehe formation (LLH). (B) Lower Xiaganchaigou formation (LXG). (C) Upper Xiaganchaigou formation (UXG). ATF—Altyn Tagh fault. Insets show the typical thickness-distance plot extracted from the corresponding isopach maps
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Gridded isopach maps of the Cenozoic stratigraphic units. (A) Lulehe <b>format</b>...
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Published: 01 June 2016
Figure 6. Gridded isopach maps of the Cenozoic stratigraphic units. (A) Lulehe formation (LLH). (B) Lower Xiaganchaigou formation (LXG). (C) Upper Xiaganchaigou formation (UXG). ATF—Altyn Tagh fault. Insets show the typical thickness-distance plot extracted from the corresponding isopach maps
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Structural cross section based on surface geology and seismic data. The lin...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 3 Structural cross section based on surface geology and seismic data. The line location is shown in Figure 1B . , Paleocene Lulehe Formation; , Eocene Xiaganchaigou Formation; , Oligocene Shangganchaigou Formation; , Miocene Xiayoushashan Formation; , Miocene Shangyoushashan
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Ternary diagrams of sandstone petrographic data. Light-gray arrow highlight...
Published: 01 February 2016
Figure 10. Ternary diagrams of sandstone petrographic data. Light-gray arrow highlights an up-section decrease in maturity between the Shangganchaigou and Xiaganchaigou Formations, followed by a return to more mature sandstone compositions between the Xiaganchaigou and Shangyoushashan Formations
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(A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seism...
Published: 15 March 2019
Figure 8. (A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seismic section across the northern Shizigou salt structure. See Figure 5 for location. E 3 2 = Upper Xiaganchaigou Formation; N 1 = Shangganchaigou Formation; N 2 1 = Xiayoushashan Formation.
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(A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seism...
Published: 15 March 2019
Figure 9. (A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seismic section across the middle of the Shizigou salt structure. See Figure 5 for location. E 3 2 = Upper Xiaganchaigou Formation; N 1 = Shangganchaigou Formation; N 2 1 = Xiayoushashan Formation.
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(A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seism...
Published: 15 March 2019
Figure 10. (A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seismic section across the southern Shizigou salt structure. See Figure 5 for location. E 3 2 = Upper Xiaganchaigou Formation; N 1 = Shangganchaigou Formation; N 2 1 = Xiayoushashan Formation.
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(A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seism...
Published: 15 March 2019
Figure 11. (A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seismic strike section across the hanging wall of the Shizigou salt structure. See Figure 5 for location. E 3 2 = Upper Xiaganchaigou Formation; N 1 = Shangganchaigou Formation; N 2 1 = Xiayoushashan Formation.
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(A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seism...
Published: 15 March 2019
Figure 12. (A) Uninterpreted and (B) interpreted versions of a three-dimensional seismic strike section across the hanging wall and footwall of the Shizigou salt structure. See Figure 5 for location. E 3 2 = Upper Xiaganchaigou Formation; N 1 = Shangganchaigou Formation; N 2 1
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Seismic section 1 showing a typical strike-slip flower structure in the Yin...
Published: 15 March 2019
Figure 14. Seismic section 1 showing a typical strike-slip flower structure in the Yingxiongling range, where salt is absent. See Figure 2 for location. E 3 2 = Upper Xiaganchaigou Formation; N 1 = Shangganchaigou Formation; N 2 1 = Xiayoushashan Formation.
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Vertical opening-mode (extension) fractures of the northwest-southeast stri...
Published: 01 November 2012
Figure 7 Vertical opening-mode (extension) fractures of the northwest-southeast strike in the vertical cores of the Eocene Xiaganchaigou Formation from the B1 well, Shizigou oil field, limestone; depth, 4169.5 m (13,679.5 ft). Fractures filled with calcite are short and wide. See Figure 5
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Representative stratigraphic columns for major depositional environments of...
Published: 01 February 2016
of the Xiaganchaigou Formation. (D) Meandering fluvial-lacustrine deposits of the Shangganchaigou Formation. (E) Braided fluvial deposits of the Shangyoushashan Formation.
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Stratigraphy, lithologic unit descriptions, sedimentary facies, and source–...
Published: 15 March 2019
the entire basin. Source–reservoir–cap rock assemblages are adapted from Zeng et al. (2012) . E 1+2 l = Lulehe Formation; E 3 1 xg = Lower Xiaganchaigou Formation; E 3 2 xg = Upper Xiaganchaigou Formation; J 1+2 d = Dameigou Formation; J 3 c = Caishiling Formation; Kq = Quanyagou Formation; N 1 sg